Auteur: Leistner, Rita & Thorne Anderson, Kael Alford and Ghaith Abdul-Ahad (Photographers)
Sub titel: Four Independent Photojournalists On The War In Iraq
In the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, official truth died months before the bombing of Baghdad began. Unembedded bears witness to the enduring power of independent journalism. In their unflinching look at war-ravaged Iraq, four freelance photojournalists show that life there is brutal yet poignant; that compassion co-exists with anger, hatred and fear. By gaining the confidence of Iraqi civilians and insurgents, these photojournalists have brought back images of life in wartime, from beauty parlors and joyful wedding scenes to the carnage of civilian casualties, the heartbroken faces of grieving parents, and the glassy-eyed shock of parentless children. 120 full color photographs, together with a Foreword by Philip Jones Griffiths, and an introduction by Phillip Robertson.
2006, 200 pag., Euro 29,8
Chelsea Green Publishing Company, White River Jct., ISBN 9781931498982
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